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|0003414||Endian Firewall||Proxy SMTP||public||2011-01-03 17:46||2011-01-03 17:46|
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|Summary||0003414: In the GUI there is no option how to handle mail with bad_headers|
|Description||When configuring the spamfilter there is no option to handle bad headers.|
One of my clients is subscribed to a mailinglist (leadprovider for mortgages) and mail from this list is quarantined using the spam settings.
I have already reported the issue to the mailinglist provider as they should fix their mails, but it would be nice to have the option to configure how amavis handles those emails.
|Additional Information||Changing the amavisd.conf file to pass those mails does not work as the file is overwritten during restart of amavis.|
The value of $bad_header_quarantine_to = should be set to undef to allow the mail to pass.
The exact error in the mail headers is : X-Amavis-Alert: BAD HEADER SECTION MIME error: error: part did not end with expected boundary
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|2011-01-03 17:46||baldy||New Issue|
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